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paper presentation by Tgst. Sunday Udeh Deputy Rector IMT Enugu

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Posted By ABDULAZEEZ ATTAHIRU { follow user } 1 year ago 9/2/2020 4:28:56 AM in Industrial { follow category }

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PURSUIT OF A SUSTAINABLE SOCIETY: AFRICAN PERCEPTION

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UDEH SUNDAY

DEPUTY RECTOR INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT AND TECHNOLOGY (IMT), ENUGU ENUGU STATE

(udehsunday1958@gmail.com)

DEPARTMENT OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT & TECHNOLOGY ENUGU, NIGERIA

 

SUMMARY/ABSTRACT

This paper ex-rayed the struggle towards a sustainable society by various nations of the Earth planet; obvious failures and achievements in the pursuit of this ideal society. It presented the character and components of a sustainable society and man’s desire for equitable relation with her physical environment. The paper discussed the three pillars of a sustainable society- physical environment, Economic environment and social environments. This presentation also gave a purview of what a sustainable society looks like; life and character of a sustainable society. It recommended ways by which developed nations can assist all to attain this lofty status of sustainability. It also noted the drawbacks in attaining this goal, the interplay of the nations that destabilized and milk others dry and even cause rift among the citizenry. A need for change in man’s activities which impact negatively on the environment, and changes in man’s use of the resources of the physical environment, were discussed. KEYWORD: Sustainability, Desertification, Aforestation, Global-society, Ozone-depletion.

Thirdly, the various ways in which societies within these discrete boundaries have sustained themselves and governed themselves with whatever structure, have over the years become a part of the society’s way of life. Any suggestion against this way of life is viewed as a threat to the peoples’ culture that has been taught over generations and conditioned as part of the people’s life.

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